As readers come to learn more about the Reform Party, there are questions that people ask. In an effort to provide some answers, we have developed this FAQ section. If this section and the website do not answer all your questions, do not hesitate to write the party office via email: mailto:email@example.com.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is the current status of the Reform Party as a party in Florida?
A: As a recognized Political Party in Florida (Ballot Position Symbol: REF) we have the ability to run Candidates for every electoral office in the state.
Q: How is the Reform Party structured in Florida?
A: Our structure is made up of a state committee that is working on building county organizations and points of contact in congressional districts. The plan is to solidify our structure and standing with the national party over the course of the year through county conventions and then a state-wide convention.
Q: How is the Reform Party different from the American Reform Party or the Tea Party?
A: The Reform Party is a political party that is made up of a state, county and congressional district organizations, which fields its own candidates for office. The American Reform Party (ARP) is a political action committee or PAC that raises money for candidates of other political parties that support the ARP agenda. The ARP, while not affiliated with the Reform Party of the USA, shares many of the same positions on issues.
The Tea Party movement is not an organized political party either or a PAC, but a group of American citizens dissatisfied with the government. Both ARP and Tea Party members are welcome to join the Reform Party, provided they are not registered members of other political parties.
Q: Who is currently in charge of the Reform Party in Florida?
A: William Dopf is currently serving as Chairman and lead-organizer of the state party. However, there is plenty of room for people who are interested in leading counties, congressional districts and serving on our State Steering Committee.
Q: How can I get involved?
A: The easiest way to get involved is to contact Florida State Chairman William Dopf firstname.lastname@example.org